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    Maybe she just wanted a party with her friends. Nothing wrong with that imo. Don't go crazy and start accusing her of stuff.
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    Maybe she isn't aware that she's your girlfriend?

    Its possible.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    On tuesday the girl i've been dating for 4 months had a party at her house with her friends, and she didn't invite me. i didn't say anything so i didnt look clingy and insecure, but it really pissed me off inside tbh, her ex was there and i wouldnt particularly have liked to come face to face with him, but then i invited her to my prom where my ex was and i invited her to my birthday party in three weeks... anybody else think this is very odd?

    please keep anon or delete
    Bummer, sounds like your GFs ex is still slinging one up her on a regular basis. You might as well split up right away...
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    Talk to her and ask her why, if it's a ******** reason confront her.
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    That is very strange...you need to ask her why she did that. Being in a relationship with someone means that you incorporate them into your life.
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    (Original post by rusty987)
    You should write a letter.
    LOL yes!

    Write a very angry letter of complaint. Don't forget to include demands following the complaint (often people make that mistake).
 
 
 
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